“The ABC has three distinct benefits for me and my firm. First, the presentations are informative and address issues relevant to my practice, be it marketing techniques or improving my online presence. Second, I have received referrals from fellow members within my...Read More
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Generally, both contractors and owners allow some leeway in their negotiated construction contracts for unexpected delays or less than perfect work. However, there comes a point in every job where repeated delays or nonconforming work forces one to consider termination of the contract and consultation with a construction lawyer. You will quickly learn that you must first review your contract terms and determine the available methods of termination, the specific grounds allowed for termination, and the procedures you need to follow to effect a valid termination. Sounds simple, but a lot of folks forget to do this and then suffer unexpected consequences.Read More
One of the great things about my job is connecting with international business leaders from all over the world.
Whether its resolving a dispute between parties in Zurich and Saudi Arabia or closing a deal between joint partners in Singapore and London, it’s the relationship-building that is the most fulfilling.
While working on international matters is an ideal way to connect, I’ve found that LinkedIn’s Influencer platform is also a great way to build relationships with international business leaders all over the world.
How to Connect with International Business Leaders on LinkedInRead More
Can a person convicted of a felony apply for and be granted a general contractor’s license? Admitting he had been convicted of certain drug-related crimes, including possession and intent to distribute, and stating that he had been sentenced to sixty months and was currently on supervised leave, an applicant submitted his paperwork to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation to become a licensed general contractor. The Department responded that the application was incomplete and that the applicant needed to provide proof that his civil rights had been reinstated. He could not do so as his civil rights had in fact not been restored. His application was therefore denied when it came before the Construction Licensing Board.Read More
“I have a problem,” the caller said to me.
“Our company’s textile factory in Vietnam has been sitting idle for several weeks.”
The caller explained that it’s cotton supplier was unable to clear its shipping documents with customs officials.
I asked whether the company had a back-up plan to find an alternative supply.
“No,” replied the caller. “We didn’t think we’d ever need one.”
The Cause of the Problem.
I soon learned that the company handled everything in-house and lacked the industry expertise to handle a last-minute logistics crisis like this one.Read More
As you all know, the Attorney Breakfast Club offers lawyers an opportunity to learn what they weren’t taught in law school. We focus on our members being able to efficiently give out referrals to other members in order to provide them with marketing and management tools to run a successful firm. Two of our members came to join us this meeting: Mark Terry and Alex Barthet.Read More